Category: Research

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Google exploreCSR Inaugural Event

Come learn about research at out Google exploreCSR Inaugural event! CSR stands for Computer Science Research, and this event is all about that. Read the flier below and use the qr code to sign up to attend!

Apply Now! CS Majors transferring to Stan State!!

If you are a CS major and are transferring to Stanislaus State University in the Fall 2023 semester you can apply now to this awesome opportunity! https://tinyurl.com/8zft9pv3

Google CS Research Mentorship Program

Google CS Research Mentorship Program (CSRMP) matches students from historically marginalized groups in the US and Canada with peers and a Google mentor to support their pursuit of computing research. Applications are open through October 26, 2022. Learn more and spread the word for eligible students to apply at g.co/CSRMP! Community College students are eligible…
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Undocumented Student Action Week

The Chancellor’s Office is hosting a series of daily webinars from October 17th to October 21st. These activities are designed to raise awareness about the challenges undocumented students continue to face while also discussing solutions that support the educational dreams of our undocumented students. REGISTER NOW Also as a part of Undocumented Student Action Week…
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Eighth Annual Latino Farmer Conference

The Eighth Annual Latino Farmer Conference will be held November 17-18 in Escondido, California, at local forms and the California Center for the Arts.  This is an annual stateside sustainable agriculture conference for Spanish-speaking farmers.  This conference brings together the Latino farming community, the agriculture industry, and advocates for sustainability and agribusinesses for two-days of…
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Cal-Bridge Youtube Channel

Check out the inspiring and informative videos created by Cal-Bridge. And check out this great opportunity of Cal-Bridge. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvJthEDdGI2L4UIz5gFt_3w Cal-Bridge creates opportunities for historically underrepresented groups, including women, underrepresented minorities (URMs), members of the LGBTQ+ community, those with disabilities, and first generation students, to participate and advance in STEM fields including physics, astronomy, computer science, and computer engineering, to…
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Drone Camp 2022

June 27-July 1 | CSU Monterey Bay A Hybrid Event  DroneCamp is a collaborative five-day training program that covers everything you need to know to use drones for mapping and field data collection. No experience is necessary. Now in its sixth year, Drone Camp 2022 will once again provide a unique drone training opportunity designed for…
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Google-CAHSI Dissertation Award

Google and CAHSI work together to offer the Google-CAHSI Dissertation Award which provides financial support to qualified Hispanic doctoral students at CAHSI institutions to complete the last year of their studies. Preference will be given to students with plans to enter academia.  The application process is now open! Applications are due May 31, 2022. An Awardee must:  Submit semester-end report on…
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Apply to CalBridge – workshop March 18th @ 10am

Join us virtually for a How to Apply to Cal-Bridge Workshop on Friday, March 18th at 10 AM PT to learn about the ins and outs of the application and how to submit a competitive application package!  Register here for the workshop:https://forms.gle/TH2qCZBmc6nuutqX8 In order to be eligible for the program, students must:Be pursuing an undergraduate…
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EECS and CITRIS Frontiers in Technology presents Dr. Murali Annavaram on March 11, 12p

The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Group and CITRIS UC Merced are pleased to host the Frontiers in Technology Distinguished Speaker Series, featuring Dr. Murali Annavaram, expert in computer architecture and machine learning, the founding director of REAL@USC-Meta Center, and Professor in the Ming-Hsieh Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Southern California. Frontiers…
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